wren-convo-2015A huge success!

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2015 WREN Convocation of Practices
Developing a Road Map for Optimum Patient-Partnered Chronic Condition Management

Over 140 patients, advocates, nurses, doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, care managers, and researchers attended and gave their voice to the future research agenda for WREN.

Key questions identified for WREN to develop plans to address include:

  • Can having patients set and articulate their life health goals change health outcomes?
  • What is the most effective healthcare team to help empower patients to make sound health decisions and manage chronic conditions?
  • What preventative measures could be enhanced to prevent chronic diseases? How can we best enable people to fully apply these to live their best lives?

Questions? Comments? Contact us!

Working Group Outcome

Conference Intro

Dr Hahn Intro to Conference (Video)
A Selection of Pearls (Video)

Plenary Speakers

Panel Presentations

Self-Management Support and Chronic Conditions ( Video )

Major Challenges & Opportunities in Asthma ( Video )

Major Challenges & Opportunities in Diabetes & Chronic Kidney Disease ( Video )

Major Challenges & Opportunities in Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease ( Video )

Major Challenges & Opportunities in Chronic Musculoskeletal Conditions ( Video )

Wisconsin Research & Education Network (WREN)

Thank You to Our Sponsors:

This convocation was supported through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Program Award (EA-1443-WREN)


Colleagues confer at the Thursday afternoon poster session.